Cartoons from Punch about the Suffragettes and votes for women
Eminent Woman Surgeon, who is also an ardent Suffragist (to wounded Guardsman). "Do you know, your face is singularly familiar to me. I've been trying to remember where we've met before." Guardsman. "Well, Mum, bygones be bygones. I was a police constable."
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